I show PT303-465a
This is fairly well preserved in Unis, Teti, Pepi I, and Pepi II
The irony is you didn't get the most important (for your purpose) word translated.
465: that he might cross towards the Cool (Region) (qbHw),
while his son Horus was at his fingers (i.e., at his side) in order to let him grow up
and let him appear as a great god in the Cool (Region), place them for Unas!
466: Are you Horus, son of Osiris? Are you, Unas, the god, the eldest one, the son of Hathor?
Are you the seed of Geb?
467: Osiris has ordered that Unas may appear (xaj) as a second Horus.
These four spirits (ax.w) who are in Heliopolis have written it down in the register of the two great gods in the Cool (Region).
465:...and crossed to the Cool Waters with his son Horus at his fingers that he might foster him and have him appear as the great god in the Cool Waters—set them for Unis.
466: “You are Horus, Osiris’s son; you, Unis, are the senior god, Hathor’s son; you are Geb’s seed,” (say the gods),...
467: ...for Osiris has commanded that Unis appear as a second Horus, and those four akhs who are in Heliopolis have written (it) on a title of two great gods in the Cool Waters.
Notice that Faulkner translated "ḳbḥ.w" as "The Cool (Region)" and Allen as "Cool Waters".
"ḳbb" is the word for cold. As you can see "ḳbḥ.w" is determined with W16, libation. There is one translation of ḳbḥ.w which is fountain, but it is uncertain. I thought I mention that to you without prejudice.
Notice that both Faulkner and Allen translate "jr(j)" as to/towards and not "with respect to it". In other words the ferry is heading towards ḳbḥ.w, it is not floating on ḳbḥ.w or crossing ḳbḥ.w.
One way you could interpret the Cool Region is the meridian at which point Horus-Unis is at his highest point in the night sky, the pivot point so to speak. This could help you too. I have to consult Rolf Krauss to see where he placed it, if he did. Do you remember Campbell's Tomb, the lowermost level that is? It is a sarcophagus surrounded by four pillars lying in a pool of water fed from an underground aquifer, not connected to the Nile....Howard Vyse wrote that its level did not change with the river's level.
By far the most interesting phrase in this segment are the two great gods in the Cool Waters on whose title (or rather register) it is written by the four spirits (presumably the four papyrus columns of the heaven, north, east, west, south) that Unis appear as a second Horus.
This says that for Unis to become the spirit (i.e. star) Horus-Unis is a matter of annunciation (see elsewhere Teti Rec. 187) and written documentation in the ḳbḥ.w where the two great gods reside.
Kinda reminds of Thoth and Seshat, doesn't it? Or is it Hu and Sija, annunciation and perception?
Distinctly, this is the teaching of the Memphite Theology centered on Ptah, here reformed as part of the Heliopolitean theology in the Pyramid Texts. The concept of the written command as an act of creation comes from ancient Egypt. Major world religions and our form of government are fundamentally in principle based on this concept.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07-Mar-18 01:47 by Manu.